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DeKalb Countians join women's marches
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Amanda Blair, Anna Rachel Blair, Sara Buck Doude, Melinda Buck Brown, Emaline Brown, and Ellie Brown marched in Washington, D.C., Lori Adcock marched in Denver, Colorado. Norene Puckett, Elizabeth Napier, and Donna Davis marched in Nashville, Tennessee.
On Saturday, January 21, 2017, women from DeKalb County joined the millions of women and men to participate in an international movement by marching in Washington, D. C., Nashville, Tennessee, and Denver, Colorado. These people are dedicated to advancing the principle that "women's rights are human rights" and reminding our newly installed government leaders that protection for families means healthcare, education, jobs and basic respect for individuals and families regardless of political perspective, ethnicity, social class, gender or age is the foundation for civil society. Amanda Blair, Anna Rachel Blair, Sara Buck Doude, Melinda Buck Brown, Emaline Brown, and Ellie Brown marched in Washington, D.C., Lori Adcock marched in Denver, Colorado.

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